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Title: Coalescing, Cross-Pollinating, Crystalising: Developing and Evaluating an Art Installation About Health Knowledge
Authors: Watfern, Chloe;Triandafilidis, Zoi ;Vaughan, Priya;Doran, Barbara;Dadich, Ann;Disher-Quill, Kate;Maple, Peter;Hickman, Louise;Elliot, Michele;Boydell, Katherine M
Affliation: Central Coast Local Health District
Issue Date: Jan-2023
Source: 33(1-2):127-140
Journal title: Qualitative Health Research
Department: Central Coast Research Institute for Integrated Care
Abstract: The HIVE is an arts-based knowledge translation (ABKT) project that showcases work undertaken across Maridulu Budyari Gumal: the Sydney Partnership for Health, Education, Research and Enterprise (SPHERE). Here, we present two distinct forms of data (reflective and evaluative) to tell the story of The HIVE and outline the project's achievements and shortcomings. Reflective data are used to describe the process of establishing a creative, cross-disciplinary collaboration, in order to devise and produce The HIVE. Evaluative data are used to assess the impact of The HIVE on audiences. By presenting reflective and evaluative data together, we highlight that impact in ABKT cannot be reduced to an assessment of audience engagement with an ABKT end-product. Although audience impact is vital, in our experience, The HIVE also had a powerful impact on the researchers, health service users, artists and others who worked together to create it. The process of creating The HIVE informed research- and art-practice change, forged interdisciplinary networks, and enabled the growth of new patterns of knowledge sharing and collaboration. The reflective and evaluative data we present attest to different forms of impact resulting from the creation and exhibition of an ABKT project.
DOI: 10.1177/10497323221145120
ISSN: 1049-7323
Publicaton type: Journal Article
Keywords: Research
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